A killer is murdering Goths with relish - skinning and butchering them. The cops aren't getting anywhere so Jack Nightingale's nemesis, Superintendent Chalmers, asks him for help. Nightingale discovers that the murdered Goths had one thing in common: a tattoo connected to the secretive Satanic child-sacrificing cult called the Order of Nine Angles. As Nightingale closes in on the killers, the tables are turned and he finds himself in the firing line, along with his friends and family. The Order will stop at nothing to protect their secrets and Nightingale realises that there is nothing he can do to protect himself. Nor can he run, for the Order has connections across the world. It leaves him with only one way to stop the carnage - and that's to take his own life . . .
This is a story about 2 friends that have always been more than friends underneath the surface. But there is only so long that passion can remain dormant, but when the passion erupts there are people always in danger of getting hurt.
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Lindy can’t believe she ended up sleeping with Shane, her boss! She’s his personal secretary and last night was his birthday party—in a drunken state, he opened up to her about his crippling feelings of loneliness and isolation, and she fell for him hard. But this morning, after she ran out of his bedroom and awkwardly ran into him again at work, Shane comes to her with a most perplexing request: he wants her to find the woman he just slept with! He doesn’t seem to remember a thing!
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“A riveting look at record spinning from its beginnings to the present day . . . A grander and more fascinating story than one would think” (Time Out). This is the first comprehensive history of the disc jockey, a cult classic now updated with five new chapters and over a hundred pages of additional material. It’s the definitive account of DJ culture, from the first record played over airwaves to house, hip-hop, techno, and beyond. From the early development of recorded and transmitted sound, DJs have been shaping the way we listen to music and the record industry. This book tracks down the inside story on some of music’s most memorable moments. Focusing on the club DJ, the book gets first-hand accounts of the births of disco, hip-hop, house, and techno. Visiting legendary clubs like the Peppermint Lounge, Cheetah, the Loft, Sound Factory, and Ministry of Sound, and with interviews with legendary DJs, Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is a lively and entertaining account of musical history and some of the most legendary parties of the century. “Brewster and Broughton’s ardent history is one of barriers and sonic booms, spanning almost 100 years, including nods to pioneers Christopher Stone, Martin Block, Douglas ‘Jocko’ Henderson, Bob ‘Wolfman Jack’ Smith and Alan ‘Moondog’ Freed.” —Publishers Weekly
How can you get lost in a city that never sleeps? Nineteen-year-old Titus 'Crisp' Crespo is a smart kid on his way to a bright future. But on the eve of his high school graduation, a chance encounter with a cop who can't see beyond the colour of his skin puts everything in jeopardy. When he doesn't return home two nights later his mother knows something is wrong. Seeking answers, she turns to Detective Lex Cole, who starts to follow his traces: a bad decision, a trip into a dangerous part of the city; blood... As Crisp heads into trouble and discovers the New York he's lived alongside for years but never really seen, Lex, a day later, must find out what happened last night - before it's too late.
After growing up in a small town in Missouri, Lynsey decided to venture west to try to unravel an enigma that she has known about since she was five. After settling to Idaho, Lynsey saw herself struggling with her sexuality and with the religious beliefs that she grew up with. Coupled by abusive relationships, the unimaginable happened on a hot August night in 1990. A deep knife wound to the back placed Lynsey on the witness stand with an unusual case for a jury to deliberate in Boise. A trial that not only was a first for Idaho, but was also historic in nature nationwide.